Yesterday (March 24, 2021) marked the one week in milestone in the writing of the first draft of my new Sissy Jupiter adventure, tentatively titled "The Hands of Moaning Bones". The last few days have been extremely productive, as the numbers bear out. I write in 14 minute sprints throughout the day and in between other activities needed for my writing and teaching business.
I've learned a lot so far. The most interesting take away from this first week is how many fascinating little nuanced plot lines appear while I write. This was not unexpected, since that's the way the creative process goes, but what surprised me was how many and the quality of the ideas. Did not anticipate that at all.
Of course, some of these may only appear brilliant to me at this moment. Thank goodness there are multiple revisions to undertake before the story ever sees the light of day, because sometimes when it comes to writing, I can't trust my own judgment as to what works and what fails miserably.
Today, I plan to write another 5000 words or so and keep at it. At this rate, I will meet the challenge, but it's still early in the game and anything (life?) can happen.
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